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PROVIDENCE AND PRAYER 



A S E R M O NT 



PREACHED AT THE OPENING OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF NEW ZEALAND 

NOVEMBER 28 1866 

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B-5T tub Rev. IE 3 . BAKOLAY HJL.Ji.- 

MINISTER OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCH NAPIER AND MODERATOR 



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GEO. T. CHAPMAN EOOKSELLER AND STATIONER 

QUEEN STREET 
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ABIDING COMFORTER. 



A SERMON 

PREACHED INST. MARYS CHURCH, AUCKLAND, 

ON THE EVENING OF SUNDAY, 

3rd MARCH, 1861, 

(Being the day of his Consecration). 



BY THK LATE 

Right Reverend John Coleridge Patteson, D-D. 
Missionary Bishop of Melanesia. 



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AUCKLAND: 

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1871. 



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A SERMON 

PBEACHED BY 

THE RIGHT REVEREND OCTAYIUS HADFIELD, D.D., 

LORD BISHOP OF WELLINGTON, 

AT 

ST. PAUL'S CATHEDBAL, WELLING-TON, N.Z., • 



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SPECIAL SERVICE ON HER MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY, Mat 24, 1872, 

AT Tins BEQUEST OP THE 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS, 

AND ATTENDED BY THE 

ANCIENT ORDER 0E FORESTERS. 



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TO THE 



EIGHT REV. H. L. JENNER, D.D., 



IN REPLY TO HIS PAMPHLET, ENTITLED 



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THE SEE OF DUNEDIN, N.Z., 



The Title of the Right Rev. H. L. Jenaer, D.D., to be 
accounted the First Bishop, briefly vindicated." 

WITH AN ANSWER TO THE 

LETTER 0E THE RIGHT REV. BISHOP ABRAHAM, 

IN THE " GUARDIAN" OF JUNE 7lh, 1871. 



BY THE VERY REV. HENRY JACOBS, M.A., DEAN OF CHRISTCHURCH, N.Z., 

FOBMEBLY MICHEL FELLOW OF QUEEN'S COLLEGE, OXFOBD. 



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THE BISHOPKIC OF DUNEDIN. 



A REPLY 

TO THE LETTER 1 OF THE VEEY REV. THE DEAN 
OF CHRISTCHURCH, OF SEPT. 7, 1874. 



RIGHT REV. BISHOP ABRAHAM, 

LATE BISHOP OF WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND. 



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&c, by the Very Eev. Henry Jacobs, M.A. , Dean of Christ Church, New Zealand. 
Christ Church, printed, &c. 1874." 






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TO THE EDITOR OP THE 

NEW ZEALAND CHURCH NEWS 

ON AN ARTICLE ENTITLED 

'THE NO POPERY CRY' 

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IN ANSWER TO THE THREE INQUIRIES OF 
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S. JOHN'S CHURCH, NAPIER, N.Z. 



WILLIAM GARDEN COWIE, D.D., 

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NAPIER, N.Z., 

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BY 

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AUTHOR OF 
" Report upon State Education a Great Britain, France, Switzerland, Italy, 

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September, 1887); "The New Evangel;" "Land Chimeras;" "The Specific por our DrEncuLTiEs" 
(including " The Specific Platform ") ; " Sir Georoe Grey, Is He a Great Man T etc. . 



[Reprinted from "The Neil) Zealand Herald" newspaper of the 31st August, and 1st and 

2nd September, 189 1 ; and "The Auckland Weekly Sews" of the 6th, 

12th, and 19th September, 1891.] 






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The recent decree of His Majesty the King creating New Zealand a 
Dominion of the British Empire, appears to afford a fitting opportunity for 
perpetuating the memory of its great Founder, Edward Gibbon Wakefield 
by a conspicuous permanent memorial, in the shape of a Statue at the seat' 
of Government, Wellington, in order that future generations may know 
the name of the man who saved New Zealand from being a Colony of 
France instead of being a dominion of the British Crown. 

It was in the autumn of the year 1839 that Wakefield, hearing that the 
Baron de Thierry, with the approval of the French King, Louis Philippe 
was preparing to sail from Brest for the purpose of planting the FrerTh 
flag in New Zealand, and thus constituting it a French Colony, stimu- 
lated by enterprise and patriotism, boldly induced a few private individuals 
to ,oin him in the purchase and equipment of a fast sailing South Sea 
whaler, The Tory, which immediately left England in charge of his 
brother, Colonel William Wakefield, for the same destination. 

It was an ocean race! The Tory arrived there just before the French 
vessel, with the Baron de Thierry on board, reached New Zealand. 
Colonel Wakefield immediately planted the British Flag on shore at 
Wellington, and took possession of the Colony for Great Britain. 

The Baron de Thierry arrived there about 48 hours afterwards, and 
had the mortification of finding that his object had been frustrated by the 
energy and enterprise of his British competitor. 

"In history how often it happens, as in matters of lesser note, that 
from apparently trivial causes eventful consequences spring." 

Edward Gibbon Wakefield's name, by his genius and enterprise in 
preserving the Dominion of New Zealand to the British Empire, being 
its Founder, deserves to be imperishably perpetuated in its history for 
all future generations of Britons both "at home and beyond the seas." 

15th February, 1908. FREDERICK YOUNG. 



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COMMEMORATION OF THE 

CENTENARY OF BISHOP SELWYN'S BIRTH. 




WELLINGTON, N.Z. 
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Ex-Governor of Ne°ti> Zealand 

In the Theatre, Royal Dublin Society 
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O ye by wandering tempest sown 

'Neath every alien star, 
Forget not whence the breath was blown 

That wafted you afar I 
For ye are still her ancient seed 

On younger soil let fall — 
Children of Britain's island breed 
To whom the Mother in her need 

Perchance may one day call. 

William Watson. 



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Born September 6th. 1861. Died August 26th, 1917. 

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will be valued by all who recognised his outstanding ability, 
admired his force of character, and esteemed him for his 
rare human qualities. 

This pamphlet is published in order to place on record 
the career of a very striking figure in Colonial journalism. 

Auckland, New Zealand, 

September 1st, 1917. 



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New Zealand's Vital Need — 

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confront the Dominion and the present' 
ation of a programme for the restoration 
of real democracy, paving the way for the 
establishment of economic and social jus- 
dec, securing equality of opportunity for 
all and abolishing undeserved poverty in 
the midst of superabundant plenty. 



by ARTHUR WITHY 



" Individuals and classes can obtain their 
own just rights only by struggling for the 
rights of others —and herein may we see 
the deep philosophy of Him who bade 
men love their neighbours as themselves. 
In that spirit, and in no other is the 
power to solve social problems and 
carry civilisation onward." 

— Henry George 



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Officers of the Grand Lodge of New Zealand 
from its Establishment in 1890. 

CRANO MASTERS. 



Name. 



Henry Thomson 

" » 

Malcolm Niccol 



Year 



» »» 

Edward Thomas Gillon {Hon. C.) 
Rt. Hon. Sir Francis H. D. Bell 

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William Barron 

Right Hon. Richard John Seddon 

Carl Weibe {Hon. C.) ... ... 

Alexander Stuart Russell ... 

>> i) ii ... 

Herbert James Williams ■ •■ ... 

>> it 11 :*. ... 

Alfred Henry Burton ... 
Lord Plunket ... 



Christopher James Whitney 

Griffiths 

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Frederick Charles Binns {Hon. C.) 
Maurice Thompson 

>• ii ... 

John Joseph Dougall ... 

" »» ii ... ... 

Oliver Nicholson 

>> >i ... — 

Hon. Sir Alex. Lawrence Herdman 

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Thomas Ross 

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Sydney Clifton Bingham {Hon.C.) 
Earl Jellicoe 

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Hon. Henry Leslie Michel {Hon.C.) 



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1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1922 

1923 

1924 



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Wellington 

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